In the video: the reactions of the leaders of the factions to the publications about the recordings of Yariv Levin (official website, Israel Beitenu spokespersons, the official website of the state camp)
The chairman of the state camp, Benny Gantz, said today (Monday) that the negotiations at the President's residence on the legal revolution are not progressing. At a time and place convenient to God, we will strive for progress and agreements with an emphasis on a solution for the committee for the selection of judges," he said at the opening of the summer session of the Knesset. Gantz
also referred to Justice Minister Yariv Levin's accusation in the recordings published in Vala, that the opposition "does not agree to stop" the reform. "The principles Ours have not changed, we are willing to agree where it is possible to agree, but not to compromise where compromise is not allowed," said the chairman of the state camp at his faction's meeting.
"We set out with a number of principles, chief among them that there would be no politicization of the judicial system. This has not changed and it will not change."
"The negotiations are not progressing."
Gantz (Photo: Reuven Castro)
Opposition Chairman Yair Lapid presented at his faction's meeting the "National Conscription Law" that will promote the conscription of the ultra-Orthodox. "The law is based on the law I passed in 2014, together with Benjamin Netanyahu, which passed with a majority of 67 to 1. This proves that broad agreements can be reached on the issue as well The recruitment," explained Lapid. "It's a law that has already proven itself, thanks to it there was a significant increase in the recruitment of ultra-Orthodox, thanks to it tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox entered the labor market.
" of the IDF and the defense establishment," the opposition chairman continued. "Beyond that, the basic principle remains the same - everyone enlists.
or for the army, or for civil service.
There will be a fixed number of outstanding students who will receive an exemption, but apart from them, everyone will arrive at the BKOM with a conscription order. The army will have priority over those who are suitable for military service, the others will go to civilian service, including within their communities."
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"Stop the talks at the president's house."
Lieberman (Photo: Reuven Castro)
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Israel Beitenu Chairman Avigdor Lieberman called on Lapid and Gantz to stop the talks at the President's residence. "The protest created a one-time opportunity, perhaps the last, to correct all the failures that have accumulated in the country since 1948," he said at the beginning of his faction's meeting. Around the justice system."
Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich rejected the allegations against Levin at a meeting of his faction following his recordings in which he spoke out against the United States. "We have good relations with the American government, that's how it will remain.
There is an excellent dialogue with appreciation and respect, but also differences of opinion that we understand," claimed Smotrich. According to the minister, "the partners in the president's house are trying to thwart any initiative or proposal, it may be difficult to reach agreements.
If we don't reach an agreement, we will plan our moves again.
The reform is good and strengthens the court and will finally restore public trust."
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